Plan Your Visit

In-Person/Virtual Individual and Group Visits

Here you will find information about the types of visits available, and recommendations to ensure a good experience for all visitors.

· Individual Visits

· Monday to Friday from 10 am to 4 pm.

· Free admission.

Audio guides are available on the izi.Travel platform. You can listen to the audios by scanning the QR code with your smartphone or downloading the app from the App Store or Google Play.

· You can visit the Museum’s profile at Google Cultural Institute to see a set of high resolution pictures from our collection.

In-Person Guided Group Visits in English, Spanish and Argentine Sign Language

Available only Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10 am and 2 pm.

These are visits tailored for schools and educational or community institutions, seeking to highlight the contribution of each visitor and the group as a whole to create together a learning community.

To book a visit, write to

Virtual Guided Group Visits in English, Spanish and Argentine Sign Language Available only Mondays and Fridays at 10 am and 2 pm. You can take a tour around the Museum of the BCRA from anywhere in the world with your students in a 360° virtual visit specially designed for schools and educational and community institutions. The Museum live streams this activity, which lasts around 60 minutes. To book a visit, write to


What happens if I cancel my visit?

If for any reason you have to cancel it, please call the Museum as soon as possible at the telephone number in the e-mail you received with the visit confirmation so that we can offer the slot to another institution.

What happens if I have arranged a visit and I don't show up?

Please let us know in advance so that we can offer the slot to another group.

What is the cost of the visit?

All visits are free of charge.

Can a visit be rescheduled?

It is difficult to reschedule visits as the Museum tends to be fully booked. Changes may be requested as an exception, in advance, and will be subject to availability.

Are late arrivals allowed?

We suggest planning ahead and allowing plenty of time for transportation, since a late arrival will mean less time available to participate in the activities.

Is there information available to plan the visit to the Museum?

Yes. You will find videos about the collections in the different rooms in Spanish and Argentine Sign Language in our YouTube channel. You may also watch the 360° virtual tour.

What is the minimum and maximum number of students per group?

School visits are designed for groups of 10 to 30 for a quality tour.

How many adults should there be in the group?

One adult every 10 students is required for primary and secondary schools. Groups above this number should be divided in two, starting at the same time in two different rooms of the Museum. There must be at least two adult members from the institution for each subgroup.

Does the Museum have facilities for people with reduced mobility?

The building has special restrooms, ramps and an elevator.

Does the Museum have a coatroom?

There is a coatroom where you can leave bags, backpacks, coats, umbrellas, food and drinks, and pick them up when you exit.

Does the Museum have a parking lot? Is there a drop off and pick up area for visitors?

No, the Museum does not have a parking lot. Vehicles may stop long enough to unload or load visitors in front of the Museum, but are not allowed to park there during the visit.

Are we allowed to take pictures in the Museum?

Yes. Please do not use a flash when taking pictures in the area of glass cabinets.

What guidelines should I follow when visiting the Museum?

Backpacks, umbrellas, food and drinks are forbidden in the rooms. The works and pieces cannot be touched, except where authorized by the Museum staff.